MAPPA is a proud member of the
International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium
which "protects the public by establishing standards and
facilitating reciprocity for the credentialing of addiction-related
professionals. The largest organization of its kind, the IC&RC
represents more than 40,000 professionals worldwide."  
To transfer your
Prevention Credentials
into or out of the state of
Maryland or to learn more
about Reciprocity,
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event or any other information about MAPPA, send an email
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A multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and recovery services field.
The Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling is
a program of the University of Maryland School of Medicine
that has been established to address gambling problems.

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MAPPA - Maryland
Association of
Prevention
Professionals and
Advocates
P. O. Box 609
Linkwood, Maryland
21835-0609
mdamericorpsfellow@yahoo.com
Welcome to MAPPA, the Maryland Association of
Prevention Professionals and Advocates.
International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium
  • Providing a free and confidential 24-hour helpline

  • Maintaining a problem gambling counselor referral list
    and developing a network of problem gambling
    capable treatment providers.

  • Training counselors, educators, prevention specialists,
    and other health care and social service providers and
    developing new training approaches

  • Developing and implementing prevention and
    community outreach programs

  • Engaging in evaluation and research

  • Educating the citizens of Maryland through public
    awareness campaigns